Malta is a stunning destination which not only has fantastic beaches, beautiful cities and beautiful blue seas, but also some of the best villas around the Mediterranean. Whether you want a traditional Maltese villa, villas in Malta with a pool or a Malta farmhouse, you will certainly be able to find them. There are also many fantastic options for green villas which are environmentally friendly and reduce the impact of your visit.
We’ve put together some tips on how to find your perfect villa for your holiday in Malta so you can relax in dream accommodation whilst exploring the fantastic places around Malta’s archipelago:
Check Out Malta Websites
Specific websites about Malta will likely have great information about specific villas as well as tips and advice for your holiday in general. usually the people who run these sites will be based in Malta and so you can contact them and ask for help and advice on which villas are available and who to get in touch with.
Sites like this should be perfect – http://www.maltaholidays.uk.com/
Look at Villa Websites
There are lots of websites out there which list villas around the whole world. No doubt there will be some villas in Malta included in the list and you can peruse them to you hearts content. These usually have an excellent array of photos so you can see exactly what you’re getting, and will allow you to get in touch with the owner to discuss things further.
Read Local Publications
There are always ads in local newspapers and its more than likely that these newspapers now have an online version. Check out the online versions and you should be able to get details of the villas available, or at the very least contact someone who can send you more details.
Oban is a small town on the west coast of Scotland and is home to some stunning scenery, with millions of tourists visiting every year. It is also home to some fantastic green accommodation. Oban holiday cottages are renowned for their friendliness to the environment, which is unsurprising when located somewhere so rural and in such beautiful environmental surroundings.
If you’re thinking about going on a holiday to Oban then you have to stay in one of its beautiful holiday cottages, which provide the perfect base to explore the coast and also soak up the atmosphere in Oban itself.
For more information visit http://www.bonawehouse.co.uk/
When you’re in the west coast of Scotland there are many activities available to you. Go fishing, visit the numerous islands across from the coast, or just relax on the beaches, which could be confused for being in the Caribbean if only the weather wasn’t quite so chilly most of the time!
Whatever you’re looking for from your holidays, there is no doubt that a trip to Oban will satisfy them, and you can rest easy that you will also be friendly to the world we live in at the same time.
In today’s world, everywhere is so close and achievable in terms of being a potential holiday destination. But what impact has that had on the world? Are we damaging the earth by travelling to far away places for our annual holidays and is it something the world can continue to be subjected to?
Below are 5 tips to help you travel green and keep our tourism industry sustainable:
Flying is the mode of transportation with the biggest carbon footprint. Avoid this and you will help keep your holidays a greener place. Travel on the ground as much as you can and only resort to flights for long distance journeys.
There are more and more green accommodations popping up around the world, do your research and make sure you stay in them.
When on your holiday, try and support the local economy. Buy food form local vendors and not large corporations and put your tourist money back into the hands of the local people.
Make sure that when you leave home for your holidays you unplug your belongings and switch everything off. Even just leaving things on standby can waste a lot of energy.
Make sure that whilst away you don’t waste resources which may be in short supply. Water is one example where you don’t need to leave taps running as often it will be in short supply.
These are just a few ways the travelling green can help us preserve the world to enjoy much more in years to come.